A satyr and two women with accompanying Greek inscriptions. The satyr, Sikinnos (SIKINNOS) holding a thyrsos and a jug; a woman, Kraipale, (KRAIPALE) seated, with a kantharos, leaning on a thyrsos ; a woman, Thymedia (THYMEDIA) holding an incense burner. Slightly restored.
ΣΙΚΙΝΝΟΣ ΚΡΑΙΠΑΛΗ ΘVΜΗ[ΔΙΑ]
1881: published in the Bullettino, p. 242 as said to have been found about forty-eight metres from the tombs north of Cucumella at Vulci; by 1900: with E. P. Warren (according to Warren's records: Rome); purchased by MFA from E. P. Warren, February 1900
Henry Lillie Pierce Fund
Greek, Classical Period, about 430–425 B.C.
Place of Manufacture
Athens, Attica, Greece
Caskey-Beazley, Attic Vase Paintings (MFA), no. 112.
Height: 21.2 cm (8 3/8 in.); diameter: 17.25 cm (6 13/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Ceramic, Red Figure